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Re: Julia (Porter) Curlee, Texas, 1840.
Posted by: Joan E. Rambo (ID *****8863) Date: March 07, 2005 at 17:58:12
In Reply to: Julia (Porter) Curlee, Texas, 1840. by jessie horne of 65446

Are you sure Julia is a mother to Ida? Ida and her husband are on the 1900 census in Coleta, Clay Co, AL, and look who is there in 1880.

1880 census Coleta, Clay Co, AL:

Category: Name; Relationship to head of household; Marital Status; Gender; Race; Age; Birthplace; Occupation; Father's Birthplace; Mother's Birthplace.

Pinckny CURLIE Self M Male W 55 GA Farmer SC KY
Susan CURLIE Wife M Female W 55 GA Keeping House GA SC
Susan M. CURLIE Dau S Female W 20 AL GA GA
James A. CURLIE Son S Male W 17 AL Farm Laborer GA GA
Lovering CURLIE Dau S Female W 15 AL GA GA
Ann E. CURLIE Dau S Female W 13 AL AL GA
Ida B. CURLIE Dau S Female W 10 AL GA GA

If this is the correct family for your Ida B. they were in Elmore Co, AL in 1870 and Coosa Co, AL in 1860. Although on the 1860 census he is listed as Pinkney Curlee, "Jr.", I believe it is one of those times when it was just to show he was the younger of two Pinkneys in the county, the other one was 35, b AL, with a wife and young children -- maybe a cousin??? You might watch for this to be a family name, maybe their grandpa was Pinkney??

Jackson CURLEE Self Male W 66 GA Farmer SC KY
Floyd CURLEE Son M Male W 24 AL Works On Farm GA AL
Pheribe CURLEE Wife M Female W 56 AL At Home GA GA
Randolp CURLEE Son Male W 17 AL Works On Farm GA GA
Amy CURLEE Mother W Female W 86 KY KY KY
Clara CURLEE DauL M Female W 15 AL GA GA


On the 1870 census next door to Pinkney and family is a Jackson Curlee 54 also b GA with his family. I would say a good chance he is a brother to Pinkney. If so, then you'd be interested in seeing Jackson on the 1880 census, his momma is living with him.

1880 census 5 Points, Elmore Co, AL:

Jackson CURLEE Self Male W 66 GA Farmer SC KY
Floyd CURLEE Son M Male W 24 AL Works On Farm GA AL
Pheribe CURLEE Wife M Female W 56 AL At Home GA GA
Randolp CURLEE Son Male W 17 AL Works On Farm GA GA
Amy CURLEE Mother W Female W 86 KY KY KY
Clara CURLEE DauL M Female W 15 AL GA GA

1860 census Coosa Co, AL, Pinkney on page 137 and on page 97 is Jackson, next door is William and Amy and on the same page is a Franklin 29 b GA with wife and children. I think William must have owned slaves, from the looks of the value on his personal property. I didn't type up what I found, as you may already have this information, maybe you've checked land and probate records for William and Pinkney to see who are their heirs.

Happy Hunting (^_^)



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